The University Library is proud to once again offer brown bag sessions for the entire University community
A talk by Dr. Gabe Rosenberg of Duke University
A Talk by Dr. Gabe Rosenberg
Robin Metcalfe has been Director/Curator of Saint Mary's University Art Gallery in Halifax, since 2004, and was previously Curator of Contemporary Art at Museum London.
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS -- SEMINAR SERIES
The Department of History Colloquium Series presents the following:
Marianne Gerlinger has exhibited in the past at Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Alberta, and The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.
Statistics Canada is offering professional workshops in the near future that may be of interest to you and/or your colleagues.
Jianpeng Feng's concert features authentic Chinese percussion and how it is transposed to western composition.
Fine Arts faculty share their research and creative activities. This session features Leanne Elias (New Media) and D. Andrew Stewart (Music).
Experience the art of lost wax bronze casting using the modern facilities in the Department of Art. Please note: this is a non-credit course being offered.
“I’m interested in “landscape” and the its plays role in the ability or inability of people to move freely, how landscape and physical features such as islands, rivers, mountains, deserts, borders, wilderness areas...
The PUBlic Professor Series is a monthly, thought provoking series of pub-style talks that brings a range of experts and researchers from across the arts and sciences to the community for a spirited conversation.
Informal discussions led by drama professionals on a Friday of each month about professional life after university.
Elizabeth Diggon is a PhD candidate in the Cultural Studies Program at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario.
The Alberta RNA Research and Training Institute presents Dr. Athan Zovoilis, a new faculty member in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.
Join us for the presentations and discussions on Supervision and Leadership.